I am often asked, “What’s life like for a military spouse?” It is a simple and natural question for someone without any military affiliation to ask. It is one which I would have put forth myself had I not received a crash-course education in the United States Air Force, starting almost five years ago, when I married my husband, Logan, now an MC-130P pilot in the USAF. Since then, I have learned the answer to that question is both lengthy and heavy, and varies from one military spouse to another. For me, my go-to response, the most concise summary I …
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